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AML Wrestling LIVE! Results From October 17, 2015
A packed crowd in the Southside Recreation Center in High Point, NC hosted another AML Wrestling LIVE! event on Sunday, October 17, 2015. Here are the official results.
By: WrestleCade Entertainment
In a hard-fought 17 minute opening contest, Jason “The Gift” Kincaid pinned the debuting Benny Conley after hitting the Grave of the Fireflies.
In ladies’ action, Devyn Nicole rebounded from several submission move attempts to score a pinfall victory over D’arcy Dixon following a chokeslam.
In a match that may very well be a preview for next week’s Cornette Cup Tag Team Tournament, The Washington Bullets (Jon and Trey Williams) narrowly defeated the Geordie Bulldogs (Mark and Sean Denny).
Chase Owens (with The Tommy Thomas) pinned “Pretty Boy” Raphael King. (with Scotty Matthews) in Owens’ AML debut. Thanks to Tommy Thomas’s outside interference, Owens was able to use a cradle piledriver to secure the victory over King.
In a 4-on-3 handicap match, The George South Guys (George South, Jr., Zane Dawson, Baron Bullard, and Dee Mack) beat Cauliflower Brown, Chris Lea, and Aaron Biggs. Chris Lea’s team was at a disadvantage from the start when it was revealed that their planned partner Damien Wayne was a no-show. George South forced AML officials to go forward with the match as planned, and the George South Guys were able to use the numbers game to ultimately overpower Cauliflower Brown and use a triple-team Doomsday Device to get a pinfall.
In the fifth and deciding installment of their best-of-five series, King Shane Williams (w/ Queen Taylor) pinned Vordell Walker in an anything goes match to become the #1 contender to the AML Wrestling Championship. In a brutal fight that went all over the building and briefly into the parking lot, the match turned when Queen Taylor responded to weeks of threats and abuse from Walker to hit the “Ring Wrecker” with a low-blow that helped the King turn the tide. Williams hit Walker with his patented piledriver (for the second time in the match) and, seeing that the referee was knocked unconscious, AML Chairman Tracy Myers pulled on a referee’s shirt and made the three count that gave Williams the victory. King Shane Williams is the official number-one contender to Caprice Coleman’s AML Wrestling Championship.
Caprice Coleman then came out and announced that his title defense that night would be an open challenge. Sean Denny of the Geordie Bulldogs accepted the challenge.
Caprice Coleman (C) pinned Sean Denny (w/ Mark Denny) after a sky splitta to retain the AML Wrestling Championship. Sean Denny accepted the challenge, but the majority of the match devolved into an unofficial handicap match, as Mark Denny took several opportunities to interfere on Sean’s behalf. The match turned when Chayce Coleman, the champion’s eleven year old son, jumped into the ring to protect his father. Ultimately, after Caprice dumped Mark Denny out of the ring, the younger Coleman hit Sean Denny with a hurricanrana (!) to set him up for Caprice’s skysplitta, which led to the pinfall. Watch that video HERE: https://youtu.be/
AML Wrestling returns to the AML Arena (Johnny & June’s) on October 25 for the Jim Cornette Cup Tag Team Tournament. Follow AMLWrestling.com for a full list of teams! In addition, Caprice Coleman will defend the AML Wrestling Championship against challenger Cedric Alexander. All matches sanctioned by America’s Most Liked Wrestling, a division of Wrestlecade Entertainment. All rights reserved.
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